Top recruiting storylines from 'The Game' 

November, 27, 2012
James Quick AP Photo/Joe ImelOhio State might be the leader for Trinity (Louisville, Ky.) senior wide receiver James Quick, an ESPN 150 player.
There were no new commitments following Ohio State’s 26-21 win over Michigan on Saturday, but there were recruits being swayed as much as the flag poles atop The Horseshoe.

After combing over more than 20 storylines from the top-notch recruits attending the game, BuckeyeNation has come up with a top five:

1. Visit brings Ohio State closer for Quick: James Quick almost got caught up in the excitement. Then, he thought better of committing to Ohio State during his official visit. “I had a few times where I thought it was the place for me,” the ESPN 150 receiver from Louisville (Ky.) Trinity said as he and his family drove home on Monday. “But I have to look at other places to make sure I’m making the right decision for me.” Quick is rated the No. 10 receiver in the country and No. 98 prospect overall. “It was fun,” the four-star prospect said of the Columbus visit. “I enjoyed myself." -- Dave Hooker

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